Mike King was Reader at London Metropolitan University, now retired and working as an independent multi-disciplinary scholar. He has four degrees from British universities spanning the disciplines of arts, science and religion and has published over sixty papers, book chapters, film and book reviews, and five books at the intersection of these fields as well as two novels.
. A non-technical day to look at how we might improve the websites of UK local meetings, area meetings and recognised groups. Please contact Keith Walton – firstname.lastname@example.org or 07806 663023 if you’d like to attend.
Here is your chance to see this important production at Friends House, if you have missed it elsewhere. It starts at 18.30 with hot drinks available from 18.00, is followed by a short discussion, and should finish at about 20.00. No charge for entry, but a retiring collection.
Feeding the Darkness
‘Art Thou in Darkness? Mind it not for if thou dost, it will fill thee more…...’ James Naylor (17th century Quaker)